ADULT SOCIAL CARE

60% of homecare providers rejecting referrals

By Martin Ford | 06 June 2022

Almost two-thirds of homecare providers are turning down referrals due to staff shortages, according to new research.

ADULT SOCIAL CARE

ADASS: More than half a million people now waiting for social care

12 May 2022

More than 500,000 people are now waiting for social care and since spring 2021 there has been a s...

ADULT SOCIAL CARE

Counting the cost of care in Wiltshire

By Cllr Richard Clewer | 08 March 2022

Wiltshire CC has been considering the potential ‘eye-watering’ cost of implementing the Governmen...

ADULT SOCIAL CARE

We need action, not a taskforce

By Michael Burton | 22 February 2022

The Levelling Up White Paper announced a taskforce into the lack of housing with care for the ret...

HUMAN RESOURCES

Celebrating those helping to keep us safe

By Cllr Richard Roberts | 01 February 2022

Hertfordshire is proposing to use the adult care precept to increase pay for those working in car...

ADULT SOCIAL CARE

What reform of adult social care should look like

By Cath Roff | 22 November 2021

Ahead of the National Children and Adult Services Conference this week, ADASS trustee Cath Roff o...

ADULT SOCIAL CARE

We need a complete overhaul of who owns and delivers adult social care

By Tom Lloyd Goodwin | 07 September 2021

Proposals to fund social care through National Insurance Contributions are not only wrongheaded b...

ADULT SOCIAL CARE

Delivering on the potential of home care

By Chris Thomas | 06 September 2021

Chris Thomas says other countries have identified the chance to put care at home at the centre of...

ADULT SOCIAL CARE

Welcome to 'the Age of Intermediate Care'

By Ralph Cook | 29 April 2021

An additional £1.3bn in COVID emergency funding last March ‘jump-started’ Intermediate Care, say ...

SOCIAL CARE

Government should invest wisely to harness 'robot power'

By Steve Carefull | 25 January 2021

Steve Carefull examines how we can create the conditions for initiatives such as cobots to be sca...

HEALTH

Give local councils freedoms on workforce vaccination

By Paul Najsarek | 06 January 2021

Councils need the freedoms and flexibilities to determine which parts of their workforce should b...

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